Hercules Smith

I like building cool stuff & solving problems, this blog documents some of my journey.

Where does nullsafedev come from?

Void safety (also known as null safety) is a guarantee within an object-oriented programming language that no object references will have null or void values.
Void safety is a static (compile-time) guarantee that a void call will never arise.1

Essentially when something is null safe it's reliable (in that you can reliably use / call it) and that's how I choose to describe myself - reliable.